These penguin party food ideas include several eatable penguin
recipes that kids will enjoy creating. Create a whole penguin scene
and let the kids design a dinner invitation or menu for the night.
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Penguin Centerpiece Ideas
Do your kids have stuffed animal penguins? Use them for
Create an igloo for
the centerpiece and add toy penguins, polar bears and other
animals that fit with the scenery.
Use the penguin recipes you create below for your centerpiece.
Penguin Party Food Ideas
You will need:
Boiled eggs black olives, whole and pitted
lettuce for garnish, optional
To prepare your penguins, Cut one black olive in half for his
flippers. Attach flippers to the egg by adding a dot of cream cheese
to each olive half. Place on sides of egg. For the head, add cream
cheese to the bottom of a whole olive and place on top of egg. If
having problems staying on attach with a toothpick.
For his feet, use slivers of carrot sticks and attach on into his
olive head for a beak as well. If needed poke a small hole with a
toothpick for inserting the carrot nose.
Mini Cheese Ball Penguins
For these littler penguins I've used a simple
cheeseball recipe. However, do not roll in nuts. Then make
cheese into small balls and chill several hours or until firm.
You will also need:
carrot circles and carrot sticks
black olives, pitted and whole
extra cream cheese or cheeseball, soft for attaching
To create these penguins, cut one black olive in half for the
flippers. Attach to sides of your small balls. If needed, use soft
cream cheese to help the olives stick. Cut a small notch out of
carrot circles and place a dot of cream cheese on top. Place a
penguin on the cheese and press into place. For his beak cut out a
small piece of carrot from a carrot stick and attach inside a whole
olive for his head. Add a dot of cream cheese to the top of his body
and attach head to body. If needed use a toothpick to secure in
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This is the easiest penguin and the cutest!.
What you will need:
First you will need to cut off the end of an eggplant and then cut
into two halves for the flippers. With toothpicks press eggplant
halves into sides of eggplant.
Spread dip over the middle of the eggplant to create a white belly.
Add two circles of dip on the top for eyes and place two raisins in
the middle of the white circles.
Add a dot of dip to his carrot beak and attach below the eyes. Cut
carrot stick into feet and place under the eggplant.
This would be a great centerpiece for your party!
Make teaching easier with our activities and recipes compiled in one easy to read format.
Create your own penguin for breakfast like this one with oatmeal as
the base and decorated with berries, bananas, and melon.
orange M&M candies
Directions: Melted chocolate in a microwave safe dish for 1-2
minutes stirring often until melted. Cut bananas in half and dip
chocolate on the top and along the edges. Make sure you leave the
middle without chocolate for his belly. Attach a beak and feet out
of orange M&M candies. Add eyes.
More Penguin Party Food Ideas
Cut cod or tilapia fish in strips. Crush cornflakes and season with
salt and pepper. Dip each strip in lemon juice and then coat each
strip with cornflakes. Place on a cookie sheet. Cook at 475
degrees about 8-10 minutes or until cooked through. See more
Use some fish ideas such as a pizza
fish from our under the sea theme.